'Europe' & 'The Architect'
",The most important playwright to have emerged north of the border in years.", (Scotsman)Europe is set in a railway station at an unnamed border town where old and new Europeans weave a tale of love, loss and longing. ",Fierce, compassionate, mightily ambitious drama...There is the sharp, analytic intelligence, the crackling inventiveness of a real writer buzzing about this gripping play.", (The Scotsman)The Architect charts the rise and fall of Leo Black, once an idealistic and idolised designer, whose magnificent visions are now crumbling, along with his family, in the light of grubby reality. ",Provides convincing evidence of David Greig's confident transition from a dramatist of promise to one of stature.", (Indpendent)
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